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of impact is low, they say. but at present funding levels nasa believes it will take almost 20 years to identify them all. what would help is an infrared telescope. the government won't pay for one. but a former astronaut is looking to build the first ever privately funded deep space telescope. nasa is collaborating on the project, but the space agency said it needs more money to identify and develop ways to protect the planet. >> a good segment of the population thinks it's a matter of calling bruce willis. notwithstanding we don't have a shuttle anymore. >> reporter: hollywood's version is definitely a bit dramatic. but scientists say there is reason to be concerned. the meteor in russia was like a shot across the bow. stephanie gosk, nbc news, new york. >>> well, we have no choice but to move on. as our broadcast continues, the staggering impact of alzheimer's. one in three seniors will be stricken but there is a new device in the fight. >>> later, the price paid for one of the most iconic dresses ever worn by princess diana. >>> as we mentioned, there is news tonight on alzheimer
is keeping an eye on the sky are to us. nasa's plan for protecting us from meteors, we are live in washington. >>> and an unforgettable game to begin the n.i.t. tournament. the reigning college champs go down. my dentist said that the acid in fruit or fruit juice softens the enamel so it can potentially erode. once that enamel is gone, it's gone. my dentist recommended pronamel. pronamel protects your teeth from the effects of acid erosion. i don't have to cut out the things that i love in my diet. from the effects of acid erosion. whatever mountain you set outhere's new grape-nuts fit. from the cereal that helped the first man conquer everest. so just imagine where it could take you. grape-nuts original, and new delicious fit. what's your mountain? >>> the storm that slammed the northeast left ice crashing to the ground from the new world trade center building in manhattan. the commuter train station below had to be shut down as chunks of ice fell from the skyscraper. luckily, no one was injured, but many commuters had to find another way home. >>> all right, and that storm still menacing pa
on your screen now! jenna: coming up new next hour some fear as the felt bi arrest as nasa contractor who had access to a whole lot of classified information just as he apparently was trying to head to china with a one-way ticket. we're live with the story and details about that. >>> also preparations are underway for u.s. troop withdrawals in afghanistan by the end of next year but there are still some issues yet to be resolved to say the least. what a top u.s. military leader is doing about that we'll talk with somebody who just got back from afghanistan. >>> she recently stepped down as secretary of state but hillary clinton is not staying out of the limelight. what her new video about gay marriage will tell us about her political plans for the future. jon: well, it is one thing for an airline to maybe lose your luggage. quite another to lose your best friend. this adorable dog was supposed to fly home to phoenix with his owner but a united airlines mix-up sent the pooch all the way to ireland instead. rick folbaum in the new york newsroom with that, rick? >> lots of us probably have a
on the red planet. the "curiosity" rover has been collecting samples for months and nasa announced now that they do have evidence that there may have once been life on mars. >> well scientists studied rock samples from a 3 billion-year-old lake bed and say it was once filled with pure water. abc's brandi hitt has more. >> good morning, rob, and diana. scientists say this is huge. it didn't take "curiosity" long to find concrete evidence that life could have been supported on mars and this little rover is not done searching. only 7 months after its celebrated landing on mars, the "curiosity" rover has now answered a key question. yes, mars could have hosted life. >> this was an ancient environment with the right elements and slightly salty liquid water. all of the prerequisites to support life. >> probably if this water was around and you had been on the planet you would have been able to drink it. >> reporter: nasa made the startling discovery thanks to chemical analysis of a powder "curiosity" recovered by drilling a hole into a rock. it struck pay dirt. finding half a dozen key eleme
have to wonder if satan has a few up his sleeve." >> catherine: nasa now thinks that mars was once capable of supporting very simple forms of life. the discovery was made by the mars rover, which arrived on the red planet back in august. kron 4's charles clifford has more. >> reporter: for the past few months the curiosity rover has been exploring an area just north of the martian equator...here...near what's called the gale crater. at the moment the probe is sitting in what's believed to be an ancient stream bed. using a variety of scientific instruments, the probe has been drilling into and analyzing rocks.. looking for signs of life. what it's found in this dust is sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and carbon... the basic chemical building blocks of life as we know it. they've also found mineral clay, basically dried out mud, which indicates that at some point in the distant pst, probably millions of years ago, this area was covered in fresh water. the water was fresh, not to salty or acidic.. that means that microbial life could have survived here. there are also t
. luther beingel at nasa about what is this about life on mars? but first: >> the president spent the lunch hour with republicans on capitol hill yesterday but he couldn't eat the food. the hill hosted the luncheon and featured university of maine lobster salad and wild maine blueberry pie. apparently, he has to have a taster. she pointed out the president -- she pointed out to the president, had the food been poisoned, every senator in the there would are keeled over. she said president obama looked longingly at the food. it was obvious he wanted to eat it but he didn't go near it. >> that's sad. >> the other senators there were essentially tasters. >> chowing down. >> he is a long way from the early bill clinton >> dick morris who was fired from fox news a couple of months ago is heading back to the air waves. the philadelphia daily news reporting the commentator has landed himself the afternoon talk show slot on the conservative talk station in philadelphia. he confirmed the news at cpac yesterday saying he looks forward to the opportunity to spe
, nasa is trying to fix a software problem that's side lined the mars rover "curiosity." nasa says ground controllers are still in contact with the rover but it cannot roam around and take pictures until a fire error is fixed. they hope to fix the explorations by next week. it sounds like a little, mundane problem, a little fire error but it's so far away. >> yeah,. >>> sal, highway 4, is it getting better? >> yes. they've opened up the lanes there. this may have been caused by a wrong-way driver. the lanes are open. but highway 4 is a mess coming out of pittsburg and antioch. this is after willow pass road. all of the lanes are open. it will take a while for this to unwind if you are a highway 4 commuter. i think you need to leave the house earlier than you normally do. it's always slow but it's even slower. the bay bridge toll plaza is finally beginning to get filled in. the traffic is filled in at the toll plaza. this is a 30-minute plus delay there. if you are driving in the south bay, santa clara traffic, moderate traffic. >>> well, some breaks in the clouds. mostly sunny, partly clo
asteroids. >>> this morning, nasa is trying to fix a software problem that's side lined the mars rover "curiosity." nasa says ground controllers are still in contact with the rover but it cannot roam around and take pictures until a fire error is fixed. they hope to fix the explorations by next week. it sounds like a little, mundane problem, a little fire error but it's so far away. >> yeah,. >>> sal, highway 4, is it getting better? >> yes. they've opened up the lanes there. this may have been caused by a wrong-way driver. the lanes are open. but highway 4 is a mess coming out of pittsburg and antioch. this is after willow pass road. all of the lanes are open. it will take a while for this to unwind if you are a highway 4 commuter. i think you need to leave the house earlier than you normally do. it's always slow but it's even slower. the bay bridge toll plaza is finally beginning to get filled in. the traffic is filled in at the toll plaza. this is a 30-minute plus delay there. if you are driving in the south bay, santa clara traffic, moderate
-paying internships. high-paying internships. i thought internships were free? nasa, will hire interns for $83,000 a year. martha: wow. bill: research center is offering pricey internships, well as the warning goes out to americans on impact of automatic budget cuts you were talking about. that is one of many examples. read about all this in a full article posted on our web page on foxnews.com. martha: here we're trying to convince college kids benefit of unpaid internship which you will get a great experience which you do at fox news by the way but boy. bill: internships are vital. health and human services $61,000 for a student extern. my guess you will have little conversation with your kids to neat. martha: consider nasa for the summer, kids. you remember those lavish vegas government conferences that we showed you paid for. you can't make it up. you really can't. a major change for one government executive who got canned for over the whole scandal. wait until you hear what happened to him now. ♪ @e@8ñúñ÷@@@0@ú bill: there will be a major announcement from the white house. p
after studying data from nasa's curiosity rover. curiosity is on a two-year mission to mars that began last august. >>> roman catholic cardinals resume voting for a new pope at the top of the hour. black smoke poured from the chimney on the roof of the sistine chapel earlier this morning and, of course, that means no one was elected to be the next pope. >>> let's get the latest now from rome and cnn's jim bittermann. >> hi, carol. in fact, yeah, the black smoke came out. at first it looked a little gray but then it went to black. the crowd kind of growned when that happened. there's still a lot of people coming out, despite the awful weather we're having this afternoon. a lot of people turning out in this square. when we went through and talked to people afterwards they said look, we're disappointed, it would have been nice to have been here for seeing the pope elected or whatever, but in fact they should take their time and pick the right person and let them carry on at the pace they need to carry on at. a lot of people that i talked to anyway are staying around, they're basically say
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